Great Plains

Salute to the Sixes

By Henry Chappell Photography by Wyman Meinzer Nothing reflects the culture of a ranch like its cattle roundups. The individual skill of each cowboy tells us only so much. Over-reliance on flashy horsemanship, however thrilling, suggests lack of teamwork or

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Posted in Landmarks, Landowners, Ranchland

2018 Land Report 100: Ted Turner

No. 2 Ted Turner 2,000,000 acres Running the largest private herd of bison on earth – more than 50,000 head – requires an enormous amount of grazing land. Some of the finest natural pasturage can be found on the Great

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Posted in Landowners

Ogallala Aquifer Initiative Focuses on Nebraska and Oklahoma

Amid a decade of drought, USDA announced plans to invest another $8 million in the Ogallala Aquifer, the single largest aquifer in the U.S. The Ogallala also serves as the primary water source for the High Plains. According to Agriculture

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North Dakota Bucks the Recession

The rest of the US may have fallen into a recession, but at the north end of the Great Plains a robust economy and a tight labor supply is keeping North Dakota humming. Unemployment rate? Holding steady at 3.4 percent.

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